Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Megas Red, Jun 29, 2015.
lets hope this time we all take from one Upgrade and not only 20% of population users
WOW, yes I will update just to get that desktop NOW!
However, my buddy in the UK got his 10159 notice in WU, but here in New Mexico USA I do not have it yet. hmm
Let me guess: the new "feature"...that wallpaper?
The demand for ESDs and ISOs is going to be especially high for 10159, since WU will not update you to it unless you're using MSA.
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It's awesome getting builds this fast but the problem is that they don't show up in windows update for me so I have to hunt down esd decrypt it and then I finally have what I need
lmao, hope it's worth it
Is anybody gonna bother to create thread or we continue discussing 10159 in here
let's see but a 15 minutes update for just a new wallpaper wouldn't be worth the effort.
With 300 fixes you better believe it might be worth the update
I think all the builds coming now are stable enough.
They are just ensuring that everyone will upgrade smooth once rtm comes
We are the Guinea pigs
Less than 24 hours after Windows 10 build 10158 was released, Microsoft has pushed out a new build of Windows 10 to Insiders. You can download this build now by having Windows Update look for the new release as long as you are participating in the Fast Ring.
Despite the fact that this build is only one release newer than what was pushed out yesterday, Microsoft says that there are over 300 fixes in this release - if there was any doubt that the company was in bug smashing mode, this figure should put those worries to rest.
Microsoft says that if you are downloading Windows 10 build 10158 when 10159 is pushed out, you may get an error 0x80246017. If that happens, reboot your PC and search again and this should resolve the issue.
Seeing as this build is only one release newer and we are in the final stretch of the RTM build, don't expect many, or possibly any, new features in this release.
I just could not do it, add programs only to install maybe buggy build, not me, no sir
I timed build 10158 yesterday and it only took 13 minutes to update and get back to the desktop. Not a big deal here...
Lucky My windows update never kicks in for me. Took me 12 hrs to get the build
Lol, I meant from the time the download finished and I clicked on the "Restart Now" button. It had already downloaded build 10158 in the background. I just wanted to know the "real" update time and it was barely over 13 minutes.
I am experiencing problem with activation. Does anybody know why Windows 10 Enterprise of build 10185 is asking for activation?
The type of upgrade we've been doing thus far is not what they promised early in the beta, though.
Back then, Gabe said that we'd be doing these full-blown migration installs for a while (Windows.old, etc), but at a certain point they'd switch over to another kind that's faster and doesn't require the full image and a migration. Since we still haven't seen that kind, I wonder if that plan has been abandoned.